Robocall Ban Comes Before Committee For Vote

DENVER - Attorney General John Suthers will testify before the Colorado Senate committee on State, Veterans, and Military Affairs regarding Senate Bill 146, sponsored by Senator Paula Sandoval (D-Denver) and Representative Larry Liston (R-Colorado Springs). SB-146 would ban most robocalls in the state of Colorado, with exceptions for schools and public safety organizations.

WHEN: Wednesday, February 13, 1:30 p.m.

WHERE: State Capitol - Senate Committee Room 356

Senators Abel Tapia (D-Pueblo), Sue Windels (D-Arvada), Chris Romer (D-Denver), Dave Schultheis (R-Colorado Springs), and Bill Cadman (R-Colorado Springs) will have the opportunity to vote on an issue that has generated more than 9000 consumer complaints to the Colorado no-call registry. A recent online poll suggested more than 90 percent of Coloradans are in favor of the measure.

SB-146 is slated to be the first bill heard by the Committee.

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